Extraordinary Teachers, Inspiration in the Classroom
Investing in science and environmental education is paramount if we hope to empower future generations and provide them with the tools needed to combat the greatest environmental challenges the world has faced.
Teach Earth offers teachers the opportunity to step away from their desks and out of the classroom for an outdoor environmental learning experience. You’ll experience scientific research first-hand, providing you with the tools to make science come alive in your classroom. Each year, we select talented K-12 teachers from all subject areas to be part of this unique professional development opportunity. From the edge of the Arctic to the Wetlands of Mexico City, these teachers collect data on climate change, ecology, wildlife, and more. Teachers have the opportunity to learn the scientific process first-hand and help to solve some of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. Teachers return to the classroom with new perspectives and knowledge, invigorated and inspired to share the experience of real discovery with their students.
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Check out the Team Blog from the 2019 Teacher Fellows who fielded on Climate Change at the Arctic's Edge.